Liliane Celebrates 30 Years of Service to Filipino PWDs

Liliane Luneta 2010

Liliane Scholars from MCCID College

Liliane Scholars from MCCID College

Staff, Mediators and Scholars of Liliane Foundation Partner Organizations

Staff, Mediators and Scholars of Liliane Foundation Partner Organizations

MCCID-Liliane Scholars together with Ms. Tess Dela Cruz, LFP National Correspondent, Kerwin Tamanu LFP Volunteer and Sir Jojo Esposa Jr., LFP Mediator

MCCID-Liliane Scholars together with Ms. Tess Dela Cruz, LFP National Correspondent, Kerwin Tamanu LFP Volunteer and Sir Jojo Esposa Jr., LFP Mediator

MCCID-Liliane Scholars with Sis. Agnetia Naval, LFP National Coordinator

MCCID-Liliane Scholars with Sis. Agnetia Naval, LFP National Coordinator

Sis Agnes gives pep talk to MCCID Students

Sis Agnes gives pep talk to MCCID Students

Liliane Foundation Philippines Officers and Mediators

Liliane Foundation Philippines Officers and Mediators

As part of the celebration of it’s 30th year of service to the Filipino Persons With Disabilities, Liliane Foundation Philippines (LFP) together with its partner organizations in the National Capital Region had a field day and photo shoot at Rizal Park and Monument last February 16.

Ten deaf students currently enjoy the scholarship support of LFP with Sir Jojo Esposa Jr. as the assigned Mediator. They are Jepa Kerena Basilio, Mary Grace Anne Caraang, Janine Galao, Richard Gaytos, Jeiel Haguisan-Hidrosollo, Moises Libot, Anne Marielle Madlangbayan, Cristel Manipol, Ariel Quibol and Marlon Salviejo. All of them participated in the photo shoot led by LFP National Coordinator Sis. Agnetia Naval.

The photo-video shoot is part of the footage that will be used for the creation of a 3-minute video greetings that will be presented to the Liliane Fonds Head Office in Netherlands. Expect more worthwhile activities within the coming months.

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